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Code Breaker: Meet the Man Who Virtually Invented Computer Art
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Code Breaker: Meet the Man Who Virtually Invented Computer Art

Herbert W. Franke's digital work is finally being recognized as revolutionary after being rejected and scorned in the 1950s.

AI's Threats to Jobs and Human Happiness Are Real
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AI's Threats to Jobs and Human Happiness Are Real

But short-term job chaos will give way to long-term prosperity, says artificial intelligence expert Kai-Fu Lee.

How to Write Software with Mathematical Perfection
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How to Write Software with Mathematical Perfection

Leslie Lamport revolutionized how computers talk to each other, and now he's working on how engineers talk to their machines.

The Woman Who Brought Female Representation to Games
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The Woman Who Brought Female Representation to Games

The year-long search for Wabbit creator Van Mai comes to a happy conclusion.

Mark Zuckerberg on His Big Metaverse Bet
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Mark Zuckerberg on His Big Metaverse Bet

Meta CEO explains why he is committed to the metaverse and able to make bets that others will not.

Computers Have Memories Too
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Computers Have Memories Too

Simons Foundation Junior Fellow Sebastian Wolff discusses his quest to simplify the switch between the two deletion processes.

Turning a Million-Qubit Quantum Computing Dream into Reality
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Turning a Million-Qubit Quantum Computing Dream into Reality

Intel's director of quantum hardware talks about quantum computing's reliance on the next generation of chips.

Future of Computer Science Is in Its Application to Daily Life
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Future of Computer Science Is in Its Application to Daily Life

Microsoft India CTO Shivkumar Kalyanaraman believes computer science's future will be based on how it can be applied as a utility.

How Language-Generation AIs Could Transform Science
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How Language-Generation AIs Could Transform Science

University of Michigan's Shobita Parthasarathy warns that software designed to summarize, translate, and write like humans might exacerbate distrust in science....

The Future of Linux
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The Future of Linux

Fedora project leader Matthew Miller weighs in.

Blending Computer Science with Culture
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Blending Computer Science with Culture

Coding with Culture creator Victor Hicks explains how culturally relevant lessons can be included in STEM learning.

Patterns and Prose
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Patterns and Prose

A University of Southern California computer scientist is a coder by trade and a poet at heart.

Our Human Future in an Age of AI
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Our Human Future in an Age of AI

What does it mean to be human in an age where AI agents make decisions that shape human actions?

The Future of AI in Games
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The Future of AI in Games

Making artificial intelligence a tool of freedom and creativity for everyone.

25 years with cURL
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25 years with cURL

Founder and lead developer Daniel Stenberg discusses looking after cURL and libcurl for the past 25 years.

Timnit Gebru Is Building a Slow AI Movement
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Timnit Gebru Is Building a Slow AI Movement

Her new organization, DAIR, aims to show a more thoughtful mode of AI research.

What Stewart Brand Sees on the Horizon
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What Stewart Brand Sees on the Horizon

Silicon Valley prophet thinks tech can clean itself up.

Democratize Machine Learning with No-Code AI
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Democratize Machine Learning with No-Code AI

Organizations lacking skilled data scientists and ML engineers can create and deploy ML models, too.

Intel CEO Says Semiconductors Are Like Oil
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Intel CEO Says Semiconductors Are Like Oil

Increasing production in U.S. can help to avoid global crises, says Gelsinger.

AI Suggested 40,000 New Chemical Weapons in Six Hours
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AI Suggested 40,000 New Chemical Weapons in Six Hours

Drug-developing artificial intelligence invents 40,000 potentially lethal molecules in quarter of a day.
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